Subchapter V Provides a Promising Path for Settling Disputes in Bankruptcy
By Liz Boydston, Shareholder & Trinitee G. Green, Associate, Polsinelli
For decades, mediation in bankruptcy has been a preferred method for resolving disputes involving distressed entities, and the enactment of the Small Business Reorganization Acct (SBRA), which became effective on February 19, 2020, practically ensured that this trend would continue.
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Trinitee G. Green is an associate with Polsinelli in Chicago and Houston and focuses her practice on complex bankruptcy matters. Since enactment of the Small Business Reorganization Act of 2019, she has represented debtors and lenders in Subchapter V cases. Her restructuring experience includes representing debtors, creditors, committees, post-confirmation trustees, and bankruptcy trustees in bankruptcy cases and adversary proceedings throughout the United States. Green also has experience representing lenders and special servicers in enforcement and foreclosure of commercial mortgage loans.
Liz Boydston is a shareholder with Polsinelli in Dallas and Houston and focuses her practice on complex Chapter 11 bankruptcy cases, adversary proceedings, fraudulent transfers, preference litigation, 363 sales, receiverships, and workouts throughout the United States. She represents for-profit and non-profit hospitals, municipalities, senior housing centers, healthcare providers, public oil and gas development companies, refining and fuel-marketing corporations, offshore drilling and exploration companies, financial institutions, independent contractors, and large multinational and multi-subsidiary corporations in complex restructuring and insolvency matters.